Case Studies

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Case Studies

Below are a few case studies and examples of some of our finest projects completed over the years, giving you a real sense of the quality and range of workmanship and styles we can produce.

Shaker Kitchen

For most of our case studies but especially this one it was important for us to create a central space where the client’s whole family could spend quality time together in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.

A Shaker kitchen was the perfect choice for the spacious open plan area, providing a contemporary look with a timeless feel, seamlessly blending traditional with modern.

The light dove grey cabinets are combined with the deeper shade of chateau grey of the island. The large veined worktop not only compliments the cabinets and black metro tiles but also makes a bold statement.

This multi functional space is much loved and used by the whole family.

Classic Shaker Kitchen

Our case studies and our clients at Essex Kitchens and Bedrooms were very clear on the look they wanted to achieve – an elegant space for entertaining family and friends with everything hidden away, optimising the smallest of storage spaces.

We achieved this by combining a beautiful rich walnut vaneer with a classic off-white Shaker. Gold handles were the obvious choice when it came to complimenting both shades with the inclusion of dexton worktops in enzto to pull the look together and create a dramatic effect.

We added another dimension by placing bronze mirrors into the panels of the coffee station, maximising light reflection and giving the impression of a brighter, larger space. This was continued inside for when the bi fold doors are pushed back.

Appliances were all Siemens including the teppanyaki for perfect Japanese cooking at home. A floating wine cabinet with internal ambient lighting setting the mood for cosy nights of entertaining, and is a perfect conversation starter.

Traditional Shaker Kitchen

Our clients wanted a traditional kitchen, keeping inline with the traditional feel of their rural farmhouse, but to also include some contemporary features.

An English Shaker kitchen in a warm light cashmere compliments the rustic beams and frames the large slate grey aga beautifully. Nothing beats an aga in terms of adding character and atmosphere, the perfect focal point for the quintessential farmhouse kitchen.

Creamy taupes and browns in the cambria worktops flow seamlessly with the oak flooring. Laying the flooring in a herringbone design not only provides a classic timeless look but also creates extra visual interest, an impressive feature that our clients will never tire of looking at.

The warm overall look creates a kitchen that lends itself to cosy nights in.

Galley Kitchen

For most of our case studies and especially this one, our clients wanted a spacious feel to their galley kitchen with a small seating area.

For our case studies our client requested that the overall look was not too modern, and it was important to have a space that was warm, uncluttered and clever storage solutions were vital. As with any galley kitchen, the key to good design is to keep everything symmetrical.

By incorporating curved wall and base cabinets into the design, the feel is more relaxed, and everything just appears to flow effortlessly. Black granite is not always the obvious choice when it comes to galley kitchens, but it certainly packs a punch when combined with sage green. These colours were carried through to the small office area created within the utility. By sticking to the two colours even when it came to the appliances, the end result is dramatic.

A Quooker 4-in-1 hot tap and a wall mounted microwave keeps worktops free of clutter and utilises all space for that much needed food preparation area.